NEDC trains 50 on climate and the use of energy stoves in Born

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The North East Development Commission (NEDC) organizes A 2Day Training Workshop on “The Use of Energy Efficient Stoves” to 50 households in Borno at Conferences Hall, Lake Chad Research Institute Gamboru Ngala Road Maidugur

 

The training by the Commission is to create awareness and sensitize the women on this Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Climate Resilienc

 

The workshop is simultaneously talking place in all the northeastern state part of Nigeria, Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Taraba and Yobe State, with 50 participants each

 

Adapting to life in a changing climate requires adjusting to actual or expected future climate

 

While mitigation is aimed at making the impacts of climate change less severe by preventing or reducing the emission of Greenhouse Gases (GHGs) into the atmosphere

 

Communities and individuals can adapt to climate change by preparing for longer, more intense fire seasons, prepare for the challenge of sea-level or water rise, protect farms and food supply from climate impacts, and help protect air quality in their environment

 

The global climate change has emerged as a challenge faced by every nation in the world. Nigeria’s northeast exemplifies a typical extreme case of the country’s version of climate change, reveling in ecological imbalance and accompanied with devastating consequence

 

The NEDC is concerned about the drying up of the Lake Chad, the southward expansion of the Sahara Desert, flood being experienced in many states, menace of the herdsmen/farmers clashes necessitated by the diminishing available of forests and grazing lands, are all obvious problems associated with climate change in the regio

 

Prior to that, the NEDC has organized similar training on “Efficient Waste Management Practice and A-Z of Recycling” and “ICT-Based Entrepreneurial Skills on Digital Vehicular Diagnostic and Maintenance (DVDM) in the North Eas

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